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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 44 haulle To cut with a knife, or To cut a piece of wood, is perfectly free from vulgarity,....
" To cut with a knife, or To cut a piece of wood, is perfectly free from vulgarity, because it is perfectly common: but to cut an acquaintance is not quite unexceptionable, because it is not perfectly common or intelligible, and has hardly yet escaped out... "
Grose's Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue: Revised and Corrected ... - Sivu xxiv
tekijä(t) Francis Grose, Pierce Egan - 1823 - 242 sivua
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Table-talk; or, Original essays

William Hazlitt - 1824
...example of what is not very clear in the general statement. I should say that the phrase To cut with a knife, or To cut a piece of wood, is perfectly free...it is not perfectly common or intelligible, and has hardly yet escaped out of the limits of slang phraseology. I should hardly therefore use the word in...

Table Talk: Or, Original Essays on Men and Manners, Nide 2

William Hazlitt - 1824 - 401 sivua
...the general statement. I should say that the phrase To cut with a knife, or To cut a piece of'wood, is perfectly free from vulgarity, because it is perfectly...it is not perfectly common or intelligible, and has hardly yet escaped out of the limits of slang phraseology. I should hardly therefore use the word in...

The New Mirror, Nide 3

1844
...phrase 10 cut with a kniff, от to cut a piece of wood, is perfectly free from vulgarity, bccau'-e it u perfectly common ; but to cut an acquaintance is not...it is not perfectly common or intelligible, and has hardly yet escaped out of the limits of slang phraseology I should hardly therefore use the word in...

Table Talk: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things

William Hazlitt - 1845
...example of what is not very clear in the general statement. I should say that the phrase To cut with a knife, or To cut a piece of wood, is perfectly free...it is not perfectly common or intelligible, and has hardly * I have heard of such a thing as an author, who makes it a rule never to admit a monosyllable...

Table Talk: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things

William Hazlitt - 1846
...clear in the general statement. I should say that the phrase To cul with a knife, or To cut apiece of wood, is perfectly free from vulgarity, because...it is not perfectly common or intelligible, and has hardly * I have heard of such a thing as an author, who makea it a rule never to admit a monosyllable...

The Miscellaneous Works, Nide 1

William Hazlitt - 1854
...the general statement. I should say that the phrase To cut with a knife, or To cut a piece of vood, is perfectly free from vulgarity, because it is perfectly...it is not perfectly common or intelligible, and has hardly * I hare heard of such a thing as an author, who makes it a rule never to admit a monosyllable...

The Collected Works of William Hazlitt: Table talk and Conversations of ...

William Hazlitt, William Ernest Henley - 1903
...example of what is not very clear in the general statement. I should say that the phrase To cut -with a knife, or To cut a piece of -wood, is perfectly...it is not perfectly common or intelligible, and has hardly yet escaped out of the limits of slang phraseology. I should hardly therefore use the word in...

Essay-writing for Schools: A Practical Exposition of the Principles of this ...

Leslie Cope Cornford - 1903 - 309 sivua
...example of what is not very clear in the general statement. I should say that the phrase To cut with a knife, or To cut a piece of •wood, is perfectly...it is not perfectly common or intelligible, and has hardly yet escaped out of the limits of slang phraseology. . . . I conceive that words are like money,...

The collected works of William Hazlitt, Nide 6

William Hazlitt - 1903
...what is not very clear in the general statement. I should say that the phrase To cut with a Inife, or To cut a piece of wood, is perfectly free from,...it is not perfectly common or intelligible, and has hardly yet escaped out of the limits of slang phraseology. I should hardly therefore use the word in...

College Readings in English Prose

Frank William Scott, Jacob Zeitlin - 1914 - 653 sivua
...example of what is not very clear in the general statement, I should say that the phrase To cut with a knife, or To cut a piece of wood, is perfectly free...it is not perfectly common or intelligible, and has hardly yet escaped out of the limits of slang phraseology. I should hardly therefore use the word in...




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